Audience Development Insights for the Arts | 30 August 2019, Godrej India Culture Lab, Mumbai
An Annual Programme of Expertise, Knowledge, and Networking between India and the UK.
British Council presents
AUDIENCE DEVELOPMENT INSIGHTS FOR THE ARTS
Join industry experts from India and the UK in a session that delves into best practices for audience development, developing and using audience data, ticketing strategies, and long-term audience development.
Suitable for professionals working on cultural festivals, either full-time or on a project basis. This session also welcomes agencies, freelance consultants, and professionals offering specialised services to festival teams.
When: Friday, 30 August 2019, 4.00pm to 7.00pm
Where: Godrej India Culture Lab, Godrej One, Pirojshanagar, Vikhroli, Mumbai 400079.
Entry: Limited seats. Entry by RSVP only.
About Festival Connections:
British Council India’s Festival Connections series addresses India’s vibrant cultural festival sector. As a part of the organisation’s activities in the arts, the programme aims to support festival teams through upskilling workshops, peer sharing sessions, and opportunities to connect with the national network of Indian festival managers. From August 2019 to March 2020, six sessions across Mumbai and Bengaluru will explore myriad aspects of the management of a cultural festival through the experience of festival veterans, emerging talent, and creative professionals from the industry.
The first session examines audience development. ‘Understanding Your Audience’ is a 3-hour session that delves into using audience data, ticketing strategies, and long-term audience development.
The Festival Connections Series is presented in association with Art X Company, Godrej India Culture Lab and Arts and Culture Resources India (ACRI). Arts and Culture Resources India (ACRI) a.k.a. Arts and Culture Opportunities, Residencies, Workshops, Jobs in India, is a space for knowledge exchange, information sharing, networking and learning for cultural and creative industry professionals in India. What started as a Facebook group with a long-winded name, for information sharing on professional and funding opportunities in the arts is developing into a comprehensive online resource for the cultural sector in India. ACRI Chapters in different cities provide an offline avenue for culture professionals to connect and upskill in the sector.
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